A brief moment of zen provided by grandmaster Ip Chun. Sifu Chun is demonstrating the Siu lim tao form, a fundamental skill for any Wing Chun student.
Step number 1 is figuring out what you are afraid of. From there analyze it and see if “it” is actually worth your fear. Some fear is rational but most isn’t. This book is a great tool to help you overcome fear and take massive action.
Time is the only common denominator. It is the only thing that connects and separates matter. Essentially, it is a tool, created with a definite use, communication. Its sole importance is that it reduces miscommunication by creating a determinable space between the future, present, and past. Think about it…
“Forget the old concept of retirement and the rest of the deferred-life plan–there is no need to wait and every reason not to, especially in unpredictable economic times.
Abstract: An fMRI study was conducted with unfamiliar and familiar (strong and weak) brands to assess linguistic encoding and retrieval processes, and the use of declarative and experiential information, in brand evaluations.
Digital dualism is a theory I recently stumbled upon. Originally coined by Nathan Jurgenson, a social scientist, researcher, and head of Snapchats new magazine department. The basis of the theory is that
“The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking presents practical, lively, and inspiring ways for you to become more successful through better thinking. The idea is simple: You can learn how to think far better by adopting specific strategies.”
“So from that point of view. The universe is almost, what we would have to call, an art making machine. An engine for the production of ever more novel forms of connectedness…” – T. McKenna
Voters in the UK have decided to leave the EU. Reports are saying that this could cause widespread damage to the global economy… But what does that actually mean?
“Grit is about holding the same top-level goal for a very long time, it’s a life philosophy…”